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My stepson was allowed to choose one of the wedding colors. He is the ringbearer and will participate with us in the sand ceremony. Last, he was allowed to pick the sing for our mother/son dance. PSY's Gangam style won.

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My stepson was allowed to choose one of the wedding colors. He is the ringbear and will participate with us in the sand ceremony. Last, he was allowed to pick the sing for our mother/son dance. PSY's Gangstym won.

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Hi

 

Our children are the only guests at our wedding, my son aged 13 is giving me away, my daughter aged 20 is my bridesmaid, H2B's sons are both his best men and they are 22 and 16.  We are all going to take part in the sand ceremony.  We are lucky they all get on well together and are looking forward to being a part of our day. xx

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we're including her in the sand ceremony where our officiant will say something about each one of us and the role we all play as a family and we're giving her a small gift as well

but i saw that post about including her in the cake cutting and i think that would also be a great idea

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My step son will be the "Best Man" and my sis is my MOH. Buuutttt she is preggo, so now can't attend the wedding! :'(  So we need a modified role for step son because they were the only two in our wedding party! PS this was post 150!!! Yay!

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Purees are thick smooth paste that suits your infant's early feeds. Babies in the early stages will be adjusting from sucking liquids to swallowing solid food, and pureed vegetables or fruits are the ideal in- between foods which are neither too thin like milk nor too lumpy. Pureed texture in the initial stage should preferably be runny and not coarse, and slightly thicker than milk. Smooth and paste-like it can be thin or slightly thicker in consistency (add less water or milk) depending on the stage of feeding and baby's age. How to take care of a baby . Vegetables and meat that are pureed separately and then added to cereals or porridges (at a later stage to bulk up the feed) not only enhances the nutrient value of the food but also enables your baby to savour the taste of individual ingredients instead of mixed flavor of many ingredients.

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my daughters will be in our wedding.  My oldest who is 11 will be a junior bridesmaid and my youngest 3yrs old will be the flower girl. 

For the ceremony we are planning on exchanging our vows.  Then after we are planning on having my fiance exchange mini vows to the girls on becoming their step dad.   Once he is finished then he will give each of my girls a necklace (in place of a ring exchange).

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Well I have a stepson who will be 5 and we have a son who will be 18 months at the time of our wedding. We aren't doing anything special. They will be standing upfront with their dad. I am going to dress them really cute!

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My future stepdaughter is 9 and she will be a junior bridesmaid.  We are doing the sand ceremony, and will include her in the vows somehow.  We haven't written them or figured that part out yet. 

 

We may do a dance with dad/daughter and then have me join in or something cheezy.  My cousin did something similar and it was cute.

 

Great thread.  I like everyones ideas.

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